BC AlmanacJim Prentice hired by Enbridge to engage First NationsMar 5, 2014 | 18:21Enbridge hires Jim prentice, former Minister of Environment and Indian Affairs to engage First Nations in pipeline issues.
BC AlmanacB.C. Court of Appeal upholds drinking driving legislationMar 3, 2014 | 22:52Allan Lamb, Associate Director, Justice Institute of B.C. on the B.C. Court of Appeal decision today that results in no change to drinking driving legislation.
BC AlmanacHow to help those who bullyFeb 26, 2014 | 22:06Dr. Tyler Black, Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Emergency unit at B.C. Children's Hospital on how we can combat bullying by helping the bullies.
BC AlmanacSurrey Crime measures. And Olympics one week along.Feb 14, 2014 | 17:11Irwin Cohen, RCMP Senior Research Chair in Crime Reduction at the University of the Fraser Valley on Surrey Crime task force recommendations. And former CBC Sports reporter and Olympic specialist on the first week and Patrick Chan's silver medal.
BC AlmanacConfusion over study on effectiveness of mammogramsFeb 12, 2014 | 17:14Dr. Christine Wilson,Medical Director of the Screening Mammography Program for B.C. on confusion over study that says mammograms don't reduce breast cancer deaths and lead to over diagnosis.
BC AlmanacB.C. Construction Ass'n raising money for high school shops classesFeb 10, 2014 | 16:13Mike Howard, President of B.C. Technology Education Association and Abigail Fulton of B.C. Construction Assoc. on drive for funds to help buy equipment for high school shops classes.
BC AlmanacOlympic sponsors role in politics and social changeFeb 6, 2014 | 18:02Lindsay Meredith from SFU Marketing on whether or not Olympic sponsors can influence social policy and if it matters to consumers.
BC AlmanacConcern about being a designated driver after BC court decisionFeb 5, 2014 | 17:48Ken Davies from the Justice Institute and Steve Wallace from Wallace Driving school on the BC Supreme court decision to not compensate injured woman whose drunk passenger caused her car to crash.
BC AlmanacReaction to the B.C. Supreme Court decision on Margo BentleyFeb 4, 2014 | 20:42Eike Kluge, bio-ethicist from the University of Victoria on the B.C. Supreme Court decision on Margo Bentley and her written end of life document.